Regular Season Round 10 - January 10, 2002 CET: 00:00 Local time: 00:00 - CSKA UNIVERSAL SPORTS HALL

Records

Ave.   Ave.
0-0 Final Four 0-0
0-0 Top 16 0-0
0-0 Regular Season 0-0
5-4 Overall 2-7

Referees

Crew Chief
BRAZAUSKAS, ROMUALDAS, Lithuania
Referee
ANKARALI, RECEP, Turkey
Umpire
DMITRIEV, FEDOR, Belarus

Team Stats

Ave.   Ave.
87.0 Points 76.9
33.6 Rebounds 27.0
8.3 O. Rebounds 11.4
25.2 D. Rebounds 15.6
14.1 Assists 10.1
9.0 Steals 9.1
2.6 Blocks 2.1
11.9 Turnovers 14.6
55.5 % 2PT 53.7 %
37.2 % 3PT 30.1 %
66.8 % FT 62.9 %
94.9 Index 60.4

Player Stats

Ave.   Ave.
22.9 / GIRICEK, GORDAN Points 14.7 / Rakocevic
12.7 / TURKCAN, MIRSAD Rebounds 6.3 / JESTRATIJEVIC, N.
3.8 / TURKCAN, MIRSAD OR 3.7 / MILOJEVIC, D.
8.8 / TURKCAN, MIRSAD DR 4.0 / JESTRATIJEVIC, N.
2.9 / MC CANTS, CURTIS Assists 2.3 / KUZMANOVIC, V.
1.7 / PASHUTIN, ZAKHAR Steals 1.3 / KUZMANOVIC, V.
1.3 / MORGUNOV, NIKITA Blocks 0.8 / JESTRATIJEVIC, N.
3.3 / TURKCAN, MIRSAD Turnovers 2.3 / Rakocevic
62.0 % / GIRICEK, GORDAN 2PT 77.8 % / RADONJIC, DEJAN
52.6 % / PETRENKO, ALEXANDRE 3PT 41.2 % / MILOJEVIC, D.
80.0 % / MC CANTS, CURTIS FT 95.5 % / SMILJANIC, ALEKSANDAR
20.6 / GIRICEK, GORDAN Index 15.0 / JESTRATIJEVIC, N.

Quotes Head Coaches

Players

The triumphant return of leading MVP candidate Mirsad Turkcan has CSKA Moscow holding its own in the Group C race following a difficult 88-83 home win on Thursday against last-place Buducnost of Yugoslavia. Coming off the bench five minutes into the game, Turkcan registered a rare double-double-double of 27 points and 23 rebounds to assure that CSKA (6-4) maintains its strong options of entering enter the Top 16 no matter what happens in the rest of the group. Thursday's victory arrived after a lot of work and a little bit of luck at the end. Buducnost (2-8) resisted until the last minute, when a three-pointer plus free throw by Vladimir Kuzmanovic jolted his team back in the game at 85-83. On the next offensive play, the youngster Blagota Sekulic, whose six straight points had saved Buducnost minutes earlier, now failed a shot. A Zakhar Pashutin free throw made it 86-83, then Sekulic missed a three-pointer trying to force overtime. CSKA played without leading scorer Gordan Giricek and Dimitri Domani got injured in the third quarter, but the Russian team had enough with Turkcan back in town. Aleksandre Petrenko was close behind with his own double-double, 26 points and 10 rebounds, while Pashutin added 10 points. As for Buducnost, the best scorer was Igor Rakocevic with 23 points. Aleksandr Okunskyy scored 11 and Dragan Vukcevic 10.

At the very last moment, CSKA head coach Valery Tikhonenko decided not to play Giricek, the Euroleague's second leading scorer (22.8 ppg), because the player had the flu. Neither was big man Nikita Morgunov availalable, but his absence was balanced by that of Nikola Jestratjevic in Buducnost's frontcourt. The visitors nonetheless started strong with a 3-9 run. CSKA didn't seem ready to defend well, as in the first quarter, Buducnost posted near-perfect field goal percentages: 10 of 11 shots overall went through, including 8 of 8 two-pointers. Rakocevic, who didn't show his best form the first time these teams met, finished those first 10 minutes Thursday with 10 points. But things were not too bad for the home team, either. In the fifth minute, Tikhonenko let Turkcan enter his first Euroleague game in almost a month out due to injury. Turkan missed his first two foul shots, but then helped his team with 5 points in a row to get within 28-32 at the end of the quarter.

In the second period, "Turkcan Time" started in earnest. In those 10 minutes, the power forward produced what many players would take for a whole game, 13 points and 9 rebounds. The quarter included a 10-3 run that gave CSKA its first lead, 42-41, after 16 minutes. Buducnost seemed to be a bit tired and this helped CSKA to finish the quarter ahead 57-52.

For all the high scoring of the first half, the defensive clamps came out for both teams in the third quarter. CSKA ended with the best of that specialty, too, winning the quarter 16-12 to stretch its lead to 73-64. Still, the last quarter was thrilling. Buducnost got some fresh power from Sekulic, whose 7 points in a row helped the guests make an 11-5 run in first 7 minutes of the period. But then came Turkcan, again. He scored two free throws and made a three-pointer to set out what seemed to be a comfortable lead for CSKA, 85-79. That set the stage for Kuzmanovic's four-point play and the possibility of overtime, which CSKA was fortunate to avoid.
Thursday, January 10, 2002
Maria Kravtchenko, Moscow
Referees: BRAZAUSKAS, ROMUALDAS (LTU), ANKARALI, RECEP (TUR), DMITRIEV, FEDOR (BLR)
Attendance: 2500
By Quarter1234
CSKA Moscow28291615
KK Buducnost32201219
End of Quarter1234
CSKA Moscow28577388
KK Buducnost32526483
Head coach: TIKHONENKO, VALERY
CSKA Moscow
# Player Min Pts 2FG
M-A
3FG
M-A
FT
M-A
Rebounds As St To Bl Fouls PIR
O D T Fv Ag Cm Rv
4 MC CANTS, CURTIS 25:15 8 4/10 0/3         3   6   1 2 3 -4
5 ALEXEEV, NIKOLAI DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
6 TURKCAN, MIRSAD 35:19 27 7/15 2/3 7/8 10 13 23 3   4   1 3 8 43
7 UMBRASKO, JURIS DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
8 PADIUS, NIKOLAY 8:05                 1 2     2   -3
10 GIRICEK, GORDAN DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
11 PASHUTIN, ZAKHAR 34:05 10 4/9 0/2 2/4 2 5 7 5 5       4 2 16
12 POLJAK, JOSKO 6:19 2 1/1     1   1           3    
13 MIGLIENIKS, RAIMONDS 24:07 4 2/2 0/1 0/2   1 1 6 2 1     1 2 10
14 DOMANI, DMITRY 28:28 11 4/4   3/6 1   1 3   2     4 7 13
15 PETRENKO, ALEXANDRE 38:22 26 6/13 3/5 5/10 6 4 10 3 1 2     4 7 27
16 SAVKOV, ALEXEI DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Team                                
Totals 200:00 88 28/54 5/14 17/30 20 23 43 23 9 17 0 2 23 29 102
51.9% 35.7% 56.7%
Min: Minutes played; Pts: Points; 2FG M-A: 2-point Field Goals (Made-Attempted); 3FG M-A: 3-point Field Goals (Made-Attempted); FT M-A: Free Throws (Made-Attempted); Rebounds: O (Offensive), D (Defensive), T (Total); As: Assists; St: Steals; To: Turnovers; Bl: Blocks (Fv: In Favor / Ag: Against); Fouls: Cm (Commited), Rv (Received); PIR: Performance Index Rating
Head coach: KADIJA, MIODRAG
KK Buducnost
# Player Min Pts 2FG
M-A
3FG
M-A
FT
M-A
Rebounds As St To Bl Fouls PIR
O D T Fv Ag Cm Rv
4 BAKIC, BOJAN 5:50   0/2     2   2 1         1    
5 OKUNSKYY, ALEKSANDAR 22:55 11 4/5   3/4   3 3   1 2 1   3 3 12
7 RADONJIC, DEJAN 24:31   0/2 0/1   1 1 2 3 2 1     4   -1
8 RAKOCEVIC, IGOR 31:42 23 5/7 1/5 10/11       4 3 2     3 8 26
9 SEKULIC, BLAGOTA 13:37 8 3/4 0/2 2/4 3 4 7   1 1 1   2 3 12
10 VUKCEVIC, DRAGAN 25:17 10 3/4 1/3 1/1   3 3 2   3     3 1 7
11 RADUNOVIC, BALSA 8:37 6 2/3 0/1 2/2       1 2 3     2 1 3
12 KUZMANOVIC, VLADIMIR 24:19 9 1/2 2/4 1/1   2 2 5 1 2     4 2 10
14 CERANIC, DRAGAN 16:49 8 3/6   2/2 2 2 4   1 2     2 2 8
15 CABARKAPA, ZARKO 24:04 8 1/2 1/2 3/6 1 2 3 1 1 1     5 3 5
16 CAKIC, GORAN 2:19     0/2     1 1               -1
Team                                
Totals 200:00 83 22/37 5/20 24/31 9 18 27 17 12 17 2 0 29 23 81
59.5% 25% 77.4%
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Head Coaches

TIKHONENKO, VALERY
CSKA Moscow
"I knew that this would be a difficult game. A team in last place can play loose and carefree. But most importantly, we came out with a victory."

Players

TURKCAN, MIRSAD
CSKA Moscow
"We played too relaxed tonight. Sometimes we play well and sometimes we play bad. We have a good schedule coming up and we need to be ready to play every game well."
RAKOCEVIC, IGOR
KK Buducnost
"We know that CSKA is a better team, but if we hadn't made so many mistakes in the first half we could have gone into halftime with a 10-point lead. When we say that we had a chance to beat them, we made too many mistakes at the end, too."
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